The Book Modules below are step by step guides to using Moodle. Each page can be printed and comes with a supporting video.
For a more self directed experience of learning how to use Moodle, try out the Beta version of the Moodle Dailies. An interactive Moodle site using a games based approach.
Camtasia Relay is the UNE solution for Lecture and Presentation capture.
Camtasia Studio is a screen capture application that allows you to record your screen, audio and video cam. It can be used to edit the resulting video, adding transitions, text overlay, additional audio etc and saved as a video file and uploaded to Moodle using the UNE Audio / Video function.
is a virtual meeting space that allows teaching staff to facilitate real-time interaction with students.
It is available to all UNE staff and can be used to conduct meetings with colleagues around the world.
Known issue: Adobe Connect can sometimes have an incapability issue with Google Chrome and the preferred browser is Firefox.
The videos presented here are designed to provide an opportunity for academics to share their teaching practice. Videos will be regularly added and if you are interested in sharing with your colleagues your ideas on teaching please contact Brian Landrigan on x2123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Links to all sorts of useful Mahara resources, including user guide and documentation, how-tos and academic literature.
The concept of open education encapsulates a simple but powerful idea that the world’s knowledge is a public good and that the open web provides an extraordinary opportunity for everyone to share, use, and reuse knowledge.
Grademark is available for online marking during Trimester 2 and 3 2012.
A trial was conducted during Trimester 1 with very positive results. See report.
Intructions for using Grademark are available below. We encourage you to take the opportunity to use this system as both staff and students have found this product, "easy to use, saved time and was an excellent system for providing timely feedback on assignments".
Recorded UNE Teaching and Learning events from around campus. Missed an event, panel or seminar? You'll probably find it here.